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Written by Jane Brady on 2017-07-01


The grey jay (Perisoreus canadensis) is a bird of the crow family, Corvidae. It is found in boreal forests of North America north to the tree line, and in the Rocky Mountains subalpine zone south to New Mexico and Arizona. A fairly large songbird, it has pale grey underparts, darker grey upperparts, and a grey-white head with a darker grey nape. Grey jays live on permanent territories in coniferous...(Read More)

St Cuthbert Gospel

St Cuthbert Gospel
Written by Jane Brady on 2017-04-30


The St Cuthbert Gospel is an early 8th-century pocket Gospel book, written in Latin. The essentially undecorated text is the Gospel of John in Latin, written in a script that has been regarded as a model of elegant simplicity. Its finely decorated leather binding is the earliest known Western bookbinding to survive, and both the 94 vellum folios and the binding are in outstanding condition for a...(Read More)

Carnotaurus

Carnotaurus
Written by Jane Brady on 2017-04-21


Carnotaurus, a large theropod dinosaur, lived during the Late Cretaceous period. Known from a single well-preserved skeleton found in Argentina, it is a member of the Abelisauridae family, and one of the best-understood theropods from the Southern Hemisphere. Carnotaurus (derived from Latin for "meat-eating bull") had thick horns above the eyes, and a very deep skull on a muscular neck. It was...(Read More)

God of War II

God of War II
Written by Jane Brady on 2017-03-13


God of War II is a third person action-adventure video game first released on March 13, 2007, and was the last major release for the PlayStation 2. The player controls Kratos, a Spartan warrior who became the new God of War after killing the former, Ares. Kratos is betrayed by Zeus, the King of the Olympian Gods, who strips him of his godhood and kills him. On his way to the Underworld, Kratos is...(Read More)

mangrove swallow

mangrove swallow
Written by Jane Brady on 2017-03-10


The mangrove swallow (Tachycineta albilinea) is a bird in the swallow family that breeds in coastal regions of Mexico and Central America. It is a seasonal breeder and is territorial when breeding, much like the related tree swallow. Its nests are frequently found near water, no more than 2 metres (7 ft) above the ground. It usually forages close to the nest when feeding its chicks, but will...(Read More)

Westcott railway station

Westcott railway station
Written by Jane Brady on 2017-02-23


The former station house Westcott railway station served the village of Westcott, Buckinghamshire, near Baron Ferdinand de Rothschild's estate at Waddesdon Manor. It was built by the Duke of Buckingham in 1871 as part of a short horse-drawn tramway that met the Aylesbury and Buckingham Railway at Quainton Road. The next year, it was converted for passenger use, extended to Brill railway station,...(Read More)

James Russell Lowell

James Russell Lowell
Written by Jane Brady on 2017-02-21


James Russell Lowell (February 22, 1819 – August 12, 1891) was an American Romantic poet, critic, editor, and diplomat. He was the first editor of The Atlantic Monthly and was one of the Fireside Poets, a group of New England writers who wrote poetry suitable for families entertaining at their firesides, with conventional forms and meters. His first collection of poetry was published in 1841....(Read More)

Turboliners

Turboliners
Written by Jane Brady on 2017-02-19


The Turboliners were a family of gas turbine trains built for Amtrak in the 1970s. They were purchased by Amtrak to update its fleet with faster, more modern trains. The first batch, known as RTGs, were built by the French firm ANF and entered service on multiple routes in the Midwestern United States in 1973. The new trains increased ridership wherever they were used, but the high cost of operating...(Read More)

Cliff Clinkscales

Cliff Clinkscales
Written by Jane Brady on 2017-02-05


Cliff Clinkscales (born 1984) is an American professional basketball player for the Halifax Hurricanes of the National Basketball League of Canada (NBL Canada). A 6-foot-1-inch (1.85 m) point guard, he was named an NBL Canada All-Star in 2014 and was the captain of his league champion team in 2016. In fifth grade in Jamaica, Queens, in New York, Clinkscales' performance at a local basketball camp...(Read More)





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